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O Happy Day: Appliquéd Circles 6+ Ways

Want to add some whimsy to your quilts? Appliquéd circles are an easy way to add a little fun to your quilts. Through videos, text, and photos Timna demonstrates more than 6 ways to add appliquéd circles to your quilting repertoire. You'll learn the pros and cons of each technique and hopefully find a process that you love! Timna also provides a short demo describing how she picked out the fabrics, and fabric placement, in her O Happy Day quilt (below).

This class is very similar to my in-person O Happy Day class. If you have taken that workshop, this information will be a review.

The workshop is beginner friendly. Participants should have basic quilting skills such as knowledge of the 1/4" seam, how to use a hand needle and thread, and how to use a sewing machine.

What You Will Learn

Six plus ways to appliqué circles! Methods include:

  • Techniques using turned edges
  • Single and double-sided fusible
  • Reverse appliqué 

You will also learn the basics of hand and machine appliqué.

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It's the best course ever

Table of Contents

Welcome
About Timna
Why So Many Circles?
Circle Prep Techniques
Freezer Paper Templates
video
Applipops and Perfect Circles
video
Single-Sided Fusible
video
Double-Sided Fusible
video
Reverse Appliqué
video
Pros and Cons
video
Basic Appliqué
Hand Appliqué
video
Machine Applique
video
Circles on Circles
O Happy Day
Color Choices and Layout
video
Gallery
Gallery
Thank You

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Once you've enrolled and paid, you will have access to all of the course material through June 30, 2022. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!

What if I'm unhappy with my purchase?

Since all of the information is available at the time of purchase, the class is not refundable.

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at timnatarr@gmail.com.

Don't miss out
It's the best course ever